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CELEBRATION re-enacts the symbolic union between male and female forces within one individual. Unique special effects recreate the inner experience of transformation through original music, images, and dance. The resulting union gives birth to a vibrant, integrated sense of Self.
All public, educational, and government access television stations (PEG) and community media stations have permission to broadcast this film and any of Dorothy Fadiman's other films.
This movie is part of the collection: Fadiman Social Documentaries
Director: Dorothy Fadiman
Producer: Dorothy Fadiman, Robert Pacelli
Production Company: Fadiman Productions
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Celebration; Pyramid Films; Dorothy Fadiman; Robert Pacelli; music; light; images; special effects; self-awareness; dance; transformation; integration; synthesis; spiritual; Freddie Long; John LeFan; union; self; surrender
Contact Information: Concentric Media www.concentric.org
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
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Lovely and inspiring. There are masculine and feminine energies within us all, and reflected in nature. Balancing these forces brings balance within us all.
Thank you to Dorothy for this lovely film.
Subject: Beautiful Exploration
A beautiful exploration of our inner selves, our masculine and feminine energies that exist in all of the, the dance between the two that can bring balance in all of our lives.
An early film, with experimental graphics, but still relevant today
Subject: Early Work
This is one of Dorothy Fadiman's first projects.
I love her films. This one's about self discovery.
The last couple of films I watched of hers ... made at least a couple of decades later, were about voting machines, poltical awareness, and the Aids epidemic in Africa. Amazing films, every one of them!
Rosemary Vivianne -
Subject: total nonsense